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to observe ramadan peacefully. officials in the obama administration expressed concerns over the arrest order for muslim brotherhood leaders. >> there is a crisis in egypt and the way to move beyond crisis and towards a better future is for the authorities to embrace the process that is inclusi inclusive. that leads to a transition back to a civilian democratically elected government. >> u.s. officials have refused to take sides. he said it's in the best interest of the united states to assist in their transition to democracy. residents of a town in canada are demanding answers after a train accident that killed some of their neighbors. the head of the company that operated the oil tanker train said the driver may have failed to properly set the brakes. the cargo train ran more than 70 cars long and rolled away from a station on saturday with no one at the controls. it derailed in the center of the town in quebec that exploded. 15 people have been confirmed dead. about 50 others missing. rail way company officials denied responsibility. the president visited the site on wednesday and acknowle
committee, will discuss the obama administration's decision to delay the employer mandate in the affordable care act. we will also talk with house foreign affairs member ranking member eliot engel. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] host: welcome to "washington this thursday, july 11, 2013. the house votes today on a farm bill split in half with subsidies for farmers but without reauthorization of the food stamp program. there are still questions about the note loan rates also pending. yesterday, house republicans met behind closed doors to talk about immigration reform. "the new york times" headline on line is republicans in the house resist overhaul for immigration. we would like to get your response to this story. a
think this is very important -- maintaining trust for a relationship with american partners. the obama administration does not feel that they are doing anything wrong. they are just trying to protect their citizens, trying to protect america. what is for them very important is to comply with american laws, so they do not care very much whether they are violating german laws. >> thank you very much. from spying on your internet to paying for your internet, are you forking over too much cash for your access? that's a question the european commission wants answered. >> to get that information, inspectors rated telecommunications companies this week to see if they were abusing their dominant market positions by fixing prices on manipulating the market. deutsche telekom said it was very surprised that the action after previous investigations by national regulators had down no evidence of wrongdoing. violations of european antitrust rules can trigger fines of up to 10% of annual earnings. >> after tendering his resignation and putting luxembourg on course for early elections, the prime minis
for a relationship with american partners. the obama administration does not feel that they are doing anything wrong. they are just trying to protect their citizens, trying to protect america. what is for them very important is to comply with american laws, so they do not care very much whether they are violating german laws. >> thank you very much. from spying on your internet to paying for your internet, are you forking over too much cash for your access? that's a question the european commission wants answered. >> to get that information, inspectors rated telecommunications companies this week to see if they were abusing their dominant market positions by fixing prices on manipulating the market. deutsche telekom said it was very surprised that the action after previous investigations by national regulators had down no evidence of wrongdoing. violations of european antitrust rules can trigger fines of up to 10% of annual earnings. >> after tendering his resignation and putting luxembourg on course for early elections, the prime minister now says he might run for office again. >> he met the countr
from her job as head of homeland security the position she held since the beginning of the obama administration. the president issued a statement today commending napolitano for her outstanding work on behalf of america. if she is appointed, napolitano will be the first female president in the history of the university of california. she graduated from santa clara university in 1979. >>> and right now, we are taking a live look from chopper 5 over oakland where authorities continue their urgent search for a missing toddler. it's the third day since 21- month-old daphne webb disappeared. authorities are racing against time hoping to bring her home as soon as possible. kpix 5's cate caugiran with the news that investigators came back to search her father's house this morning. cate. >> reporter: michelle, we learned that police uncovered new evidence that brought them back to this house and we know that this is at least their third visit as the search intensifies. our kpix 5 cameras were rolling when several police cars showed up. investigators are back at the home where daphne live
're happy you joined us for a town hall with mayor ed lee with the obama administration on the action on immigration founded here just a few blocks away. that what matters is we have a mare that understands the issues a nearest and dear it to us and that's immigration reform. since it's inception we've gotten over 20 visas alone and the feeling is we have a shortage on green talent when we need to go through the steps we need to go through and for the tech community we're focused on opening up our technical school to the global community. we're in a talent war along with a state war on services gov. and anything we can help to create change here means so much to us. we have the mayor who can creative impact so we stand behind mayor ed lee and we're thrilled he's here. i'm so excited to here what he is has to say. thank you (clapping) >> julia and kevin a thank you for being subpoena great community leaders were we're going to have a robust town meeting this is being live for my radio program. we like to let people know in advance. i'm going to ask a few questions then we're going to
times. >> your second time at the fcc? came in in 2009 at the beginning of the obama administration to oversee the final stages of the broadcast institution and stayed on as chief. two jobs, one time as a commissioner. >> are we render it -- letter to put a period? mostly. we are trying to work those through. yes, i think so. the broadcast industry has to keep evolving like all the other media industries. they are now considering a possible new, digital tv standard to replace the one that was adopted when we did the first transition. the change is inevitable in all the media industries. >> with so many people now watching video on wireless devices or computers, the traditional television model has changed. does that make it difficult for regulations need to be adapted to fit that? >> we try to adapt our regulations to the marketplace, within the four quarters of the statues we -- statutes. >> a chance to meet somebody behind-the-scenes, william lake >> c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, routes you as a public service by your television provider. >> friday, the jus
, u.son. lawmakers are debating whether the obama administration cut off more than $1 billion in aid to egypt. >>> president obama did something he has not done in a couple years. he met with members of the congressional black caucus. they came to the white house an talked for about an hour and aau half. a number of issues came up ca including the need to keep federal student loan rates low. >> believe me, that students are being challenged significantly by plebs also discussed that the president their concerns about the recent supreme court ruling on voting rights. >>> and just into the fox 5 newsroom, legal troubles tonighl for one of the sons of virginia governor bob mcdonnell. 21-year-old shawn mcdonnellawn was arrested on saturday andste charged with public intoxication. it happened in charlottesville where mcdonnell is going to be a senior at university of virginia. he was released in his own recognizance, and scheduled tode be back in court next month. >>> straight head on the news edge, fun food and excitementex after the second annual state dinner. >>> it appears that the am
, not an easy task since his passport was revoked by washington. the obama administration,on, advised governments against allowing snowden to land on their territory. >> we are clear we would like to see him return, if he was granted asylum that would impact our bilateral relationship. >> reporter: his is one of several country that has offered asylum to the snowden.own. >> the united states does not do govern us. we are a free country andcountr sovereign and no one governsgo ups. >> reporter: the brazilian government has begun an investigation of its own.ow officials are there checking whether telecommunication firmsi operating inside of the firmsrms cooperating with the u.s. spying program. in new york ainsleyer tha ainsla live in new york. >>> the military released videod says that the gunmen fired on soldiers. prosecute testers are angry at last week -- protesters are angry at last week's coup that removed morsi. and some are saying that the we should cut off aid, but the th government says that that is not the best into the united states. >>> caribbean island bracing more rain
the obama administration pushing that back to 2015. >>> now the delay comes about a week aft administration announced it would also be delaying another provision which requires businesses with more than 50 workers to offer health insurance. now that lawmakers are back on the hill, they're expressing their displeasure. >> the idea that we're going to give big businesses a break under obama care, are we going to punish small businesses and families? wrong. we'll have another vote. count on it. >> last week's announcement does not change the individual mandate that will force average americans to buy health insurance or face fines. that will still take effect next year. >>> police say they need more information after a preliminary autopsy into the death of a missing 7-year-old boy in d.c. ko im reports. >> reporter: police now have their timeline but even with the preliminary autopsy result, they still have a lot of questions about what happened. the kings burys lived on the second floor of this apartment. mom told us the last time she saw mike cam was saturday night. >> i just want my son to
to havana and from there to venezuela. the obama administration will most likely ask its european allies to do whatever they can to prevent the flight from moscow to havana with snowden on board. the main question is whether or not europe will comply with this request. >> the story is getting a lot of attention here in europe, especially in germany. how much public attention is the case getting where you are in the united states? >> well, snowden relations are still a big issue here in the u.s., but when you hear the politicians' views, nearly all a degree that he is a traitor -- the media in washington and new york have been very quick to agree with the white house. there are only a few that consider him to be a human rights activist or at least tried to understand his motives. >> thanks so much. in europe, the tiny baltic state of latvia has it -- has received a green light to become the 18th member of the eurozone. >> despite the eurozone's current troubles, membership would bring benefits for latvia, including increased foreign investment. >> neighboring estonia has enjoyed similar p
brotherhood called for more protests on tuesday and earlier today, the obama administration said it's not taking sides at this time and jay carney also addressed the growing calls for the u.s. to stop sending foreign aid to egypt. watch. >> president obama made clear our deep concern about the decision made by the egyptian armed forces to remove morsi from power and suspend the constitution. also important to accident njkn that tens of millions of egyptians have grievances and don't believe this was a coup. they were demanding a new government. it wouldn't be in the best interests of the united states to immediately change our assistance programs to egypt. >> here with reaction to the crisis in cairo and more, kentucky senator rand paul. thank you for joining us. let's start this out right away. this was a coup in cairo, in egypt? >> absolutely. when the military takes over and they depose an elect government, that's the definition of a military coup. the interesting thing, though, mubarak, a year or two ago, also toppled by a coup. a law on the books that says you don't give foreig
's going to be shameful for the obama administration because -- >> don't give that response. hold on. >> no military decorations or awards. >> to classify it as workplace violence instead of an act of jihad, an act of war, that's the same administration that tried to try khalid shaikh mohammed in new york. >> why wasn't he brought here? >> you think he should be tried in new york on american soil? >> you think he should get -- >> this is outrageous, hopefully he gets the death penalty. >> i hope the trial goes quickly. >>> a monster in cleveland has -- you'll hear for the very first time from amanda perry, gina dejesus and michelle night when we come back. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. mmmhmmm...everybody knows that. well, did you know that old macdonald was a really bad speller? your word is...cow. cow. cow. c...o...w... ...e...i...e...i...o. [buzzer] dangnabbit. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. when you experience something great, you want to share it. with everyone. that's why more customers recommend verizon, america's largest 4g
the relationship that he has with the obama administration. so, the russians will be happy to see this come to an end, but we're still not sure how long it's going to take. >> all right, thank you so much. okay, now, on to egypt. we just reported a moment ago that now, we understand according to reuters reporting that the opposition leader there in egypt has been summoned to the presidential palace and that the interim president wants to lead some talks with him and apparently, he may be pinted the interim prime minister of the country of egypt. all of this taking place just days after the ousting of mohammed morsi. carl is in cairo. we've seen for the past few days masses of people. those supporting morsi and those supporting -- >> reporter: outside the headquarters of the republican guard building. wire here separating the military on one side. the significance of that building is that is where we believe the deposed president morsi is still being held under arrest. if you lock across here, then what you can see are thousands, possibly even tens of thousands of supporters of the deposed p
something that struck me from the "new york time" on thursday. he wrote the obama administration was largely a spectator to all of this, the muslim brotherhood kept washington at bay by buying it off with the same old currency that -- and the americans will let you do whatever you want to your own people. do you think looking at the u.s. egyptian relationship that the u.s. was too hands off as it watched the morsi government back away from what folks thought they were promised, which was an inclusive government and democratic casey? >> i don't think so. i think at the event day, i don't think we have as much leverage was people make it out. we were trying to prevent this coup. the u.s. ambassador prublly spoke out against a coup. the reality was this, this was a democratically elected government. how could the united states not have worked with the democratically elected government. remember, it wasn't just elected once. the muslim brotherhood won the elections and they put forward a constitution that was ratified by 64% of the egyptian people. three times they were affirmed in the bombs. th
-in. dilemma for the obama administration is this. what should we do about the 1.5 billion dollars in annual foreign aid to the united states interest sends to egypt in no uncertain terms the law says that we are to cut off aid to, quote, any nation experiencing a coup in which the military plays a decisive role. that's exactly what happened in egypt. military moved elected president morsi last wednesday. obama administration along with a number of gop lawmakers warn that cutting off aid may destabilize the region. it is almost across party lines people are very at it. what should we do with the $1.5 billion? >> the only supporters we have in egypt, only institution is the military. even they are divided. if it wasn't for the military you would have a -- islamic government that would be a national security threat to the united states. so if you take that money away, a lot goes to the military a tragic mistake. i think -- you have to cut some things. section 0 50 8 of the foreign aid act. you have to cut aid. what does obama do? >> what he does is what we also do with our laws, read them a di
. >> in reality what the obama administration is trying to do is prove they're not violating civil liberties. when it comes to snowden showing that the government is violating our civil liberties they want to shut that down and that's why they're so hard to whistle blowers. but this looks good for the military, for the obama administration and it looks like we did everything correctly correctly. >> it's blatant hypocrisy, i wish our government would be consistent in their leaks. i understand that there is some information that needs to be classified but when the biggest raid in a decade is being brought out to the public, and the defense department has moved a lot of details of the raid to the c.i.a. to make it more classified and make it harder for the public to get access to it but you already released so many details. why is it that whatever you left out is becoming classified. >> mark: more to your point what are you moving? seldom does the government come forward and say this is how we messed pup it was friendly fire. the most recent one the ball player. who was it? pat tillman. the tillman
and with a $1.5 million contribution from the drilling company itself. we're watching the obama administration walk away from science and we know that the obama administration has met many times with the gas industry. we're asking him to please meet with the people, families in the film who are emblematic of thousands of people suffering at the hands of the drilling industry and with the scientists and engineers in the field -- >> indeed, and it is a debate that will continue on. i think it is a positive sign at least for the argument that the president is talking about the issue of climate change but as you point out, josh, there are many unanswered questions and conversations that need to be had. josh fox, director of "gas land part 2," thank you so much. more after the break. ♪ and i'll never desert you ♪ ♪ i'll stand by you yeaaaah! yeah. so that's our loyalty program. you're automatically enrolled, and the longer you stay, the more rewards you get. great! oh! ♪ i'll stand by you ♪ won't let nobody hurt you ♪ isn't there a simpler way to explain the loyalty program? yes. standi
is in favor of doing is this way? is the obama administration not really intending to move forward with the option at all, but maybe leaking it as a possibility for scaring the afghan government for a strategy? if that is the strategy it may be worth checking on whether or not we can all be sure that the idea of leaving troops in fashion may be more scary? everybody thought the iraqi idea was scary, too, but they were glad to see us go. we tried to scare them with that and they clapped. the times says they hold a range of views on how quickly the u.s. should leave afghanistan. so maybe it is not just one of those scenarios, it is a bunch of them mixed together. but this is a really big deal, particularly to the hundreds of thousands of american families who have had somebody there in these past 12 years fighting. until we float this possibility it is hard to know how real a possibility it is. earlier, one chairman said he is assured by the administration officials that the time is wrong and there is no zero option under consideration. he said that officials have assured him that u.
bridge. how would you, if you are advising the obama administration right now, go about finding the key leaders? i have not seen any of identifiable key leaders. >> we're not doing our job because the embassy in cairo, the u.s. embassy has been dining -- danielle with the brotherhood and elevating them to a level of visibility in washington d.c. we actually need to invite leaders of the union, the students. they need to be invited to congress so that our people, we spend for the next year. has been spent. we need to know who are the leaders. in eastern europe you remember, in the czech republic we know who was the leader. why don't we have the same? denn: thk you very much. appreciate it. thank you for coming on. oil prices spiking past $100 per barrel as egypt raises. never mind that egypt produces less than 2 percent o the world's oil. u.s. oil production is thriving. we want to know why our energy markets still finding reason to panic? next. more "money" coming up. ♪ dennis: the ks in egypt is causing turmoil for oil prices, surging to the highest levels in more than a year and
to $750 million. that is 200 less than the obama administration predicted. the obama administration revised its forecast made in april, and are now projecting that economim growth should be slightly slowet in the coming days. >>> d.c. embattled fire chieff should get a boost for a change. >>> first peanuts and crackerker jacks, hot dogs as well. well. you won't believe how manybeli pounds you may be packing on att the ballpark. i bet you, we will believe t. >> i don't want to know. >> it's the ballpark, you have e hot dog, right, tucker. >>> i have lots, and lots ofof them. warm and humid conditions today. thunderstorms this afternoon. we will talk about the weatherth and the ecool weather on the wa and julie has traffic rightc after the break.  >>> welcome back to fox 5 morning a pretty decent start to the the day. time is 5:15. here is a question for you. headed to the ballpark. here is something to keep in in mind for those of you watching a your waistline. >> uh-huh. uhu >> you do it, are you ready for this. >> all right, bring it on. >> some fans say the
persuasive force exacta on policy because that has been a big problem since the obama in administration has come in. lou: as always good to have your. -- you. next united nations report that war it warns we have a legal pathway for illegal immigrants from a terrorist safe haven in the horn of africa according to the report mexican cartels are actively helping to smuggle illegal immigrants we military groups control much of the country the average cost? $7,500 per person. the triple seven safety record ended with a crash in cibber's cisco and the actions of the pilots are under scrutiny and the number of passengers that survived is truly the remarkable part of the story. next. lou: on wall street markets closing higher for the third straightay as earnings season begins and the dow jones industrial average up 89 points yesterday 500 gained nine in the nasdaq is up five at 3.3 billion shares traded without collecting of second quarter season losing $180 million or $0.11 per share but adjusted revenue be targets in trading slightly lower in after-hours. the white house site to the improving eco
is not abiding by the people's vote that actually put president morsi into office. the obama administration is watching this ongoing situation closely but proceeding cautiously. california democrat congressman adam schiff joins us and trey radel. congressman schiff, what do you think of john mccain's decision? he said it was a long thought out one but says for now we need to stop aid to egypt? >> a popular coup but nonetheless it as coup. i think congress and the administration need to work together to provide a vehicle to allow the presumption of the aid when they restore a temptally elected government. the administration is right not to pick sides here but ought to be pushing for the release of journalists and opposition figures and a swift return to a democratic process. a difficult tense situation. we can be a restraining influence on the violence there. we don't want to pick sides but we do have to follow the law and that means at least for the meanwhile a suspension of our aid. >> shannon: congressman, where to you come down on this because there is another school of thought if we sto
, according to the american action forum, the obama administration's rulemaking agenda for 2013 could cost taxpayers more than $130 billion. here to weigh in is a representative from independent women's forum. sabrina thanks for coming on. you're saying in addition to all the laws that congress passes and the president signs there's a whole other series of regulations that are expensive and basically unseen by voters, people didn't know they exist. >> isn't that true. first of all this is before obama care goes into full effect which is concerning. but really, several of these reports, american action forum, cei puts out a report every year. the compliance costs are a hidden tax on american families and the economy that i think people don't realize and under estimate the impact what that means for our daily lives. >> let's go through a few of these. one you list is the limiting worker exposure to silica dust. what does that mean and what will it cost >> most of these regulations are for the epa, energy, transportation, a lot of food safety. i think this is where it gets tricky when we dig
celebrated america's independence day and the obama administration took advantage of the holiday to slip out a couple of announcements about its health care law. the first one came late one day as th the media and most of the nation were distracted by their plans for the 4th of july. the administration finally had to admit that their health care slaw unraveling before our eyes. several months ago senator baucus preducted that the law was headed for what he called a train wreck. last week we saw the train real i go off the rails. what happened was the treasury department put out a blog post written by an assistant secretary late in the day on july 2 that said it would postpone the implementation of the employer mandate part of the health care law until 2015. now, this was one of the signature parts of the president's health care law. under the law, every employer with more than 50 people working 30 hours or more a month -- or 30 hours or more a week was going to have to offer expensive government-mandated health insurance. so now we have a one-year delay of this extremely unpopular and damagi
administration, president obama has repeatedly and proudly said that if congress won't act, he will. last week he said he's going to stand up and through executive order do all that he can to try to bring carbon emissions under the jurisdiction of the federal government and try to restrict co-232 by executive order -- co-2 by executive order. mr. culberson: here the obama administration is doing what the law says they can't do. and that is expand the jurisdiction of the e.p.a. and the army corps by guidance, not by using a rule. the law says they have to issue a rule, get public input, have hearings. here they simply got their lawyers together and issued guidance to their agencies around the country and to quote directly from the guidance, the obama administration directs, quote, the agencies to interpret waters in the region to be the watershed boundary defined by the geographic area that drains to the nearest downstream traditional navigable water or interstate water through a single point of entry, closed quote. the geographic boundary? every stream, every rive let, no matter how -- rivulet, n
answers from the white house after the administration announced they would delay a key part of obama care, which is the employer mandate until 2015. my question is, what makes the president believe he has the power to decide which laws to enforce and which ones he wants to let slide. a constitutional law professor summed this up best in an article he wrote for the wall street journal. the president decides not to enforce laws that he doesn't like. that is an abuse of power. he goes on to explain how article two, section three of the constitution states that the president shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed. this is a duty, not a discretionary power. the president has discretion about how to enforce the law, he has no discretion about whether to do so. why is this important to you? first, the administration is clearly overextending his reach by delaying the employee mandate. does the president think he's above the law? second, the decision was politically timed, now, i don't think it's a coincidence that the mandate will not kick in until after the midterm elections. and t
, the united arab emirates is doing the same. that's not all, even the obama administration is refusing to cut off funding to the country nor will they call the military's overthrow of the president a coup. remember, doing so would require the money to stop. unrest could lead to a new hotbed of radicalism. joining me now, colonel oliver north. good to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. one of the things i find to be exciting about all of this, is the way the press is portraying this as an anti-american rebellion inside egypt. it's not anti-american. the muslim brotherhood has always been anti-american, anti-western. the muslim brotherhood essentially co opted or seized control of what had been a secular and economic rebellion against mubarak, they had the best control of the political process in the country. the fact that you have the united arab emirates and saudi arabia and now others lining up to support this ought to be a message to the obama administration that the rest of that part of the world regards the muslim brotherhood to be a secular thing. they don't end up with a radical gove
administration via a conference call. martha: this comes as the obama administration considers delaying the mandate for individual as well. they don't want the president to pick and choose parts of this law to enforce. >> we sent a letter to the president asking him to justify a delay in the employer mandate while leaving in place the mandate on individuals and families. if businesses can get relief, individuals should get relief as well. handing out subsidies is open to massive fraud and abuse. having the subsidies without any verification is opening the system up to all kinds of corruptions. we need to protect the american people from this law permanently. >> we strongly agree that this bill can't be implemented at this time. but we have an even stronger disagreement with this president that a time delay is going to fix the fundamental flaws in this bill. but as the president took this action and the unfairness it dealt to the american people, the house will respond to correct that injustice. martha: alan colmes and rich lowry, this is -- i think people on both sides at this point --
was the brainchild of the obama administration and these furloughs are projected to save the department of defense 1.8 billion dollars you cannot help but think if obama had not gone on a week-long trip to africa last week for nothing was accomplished but many will spend. more than 35,000 employs would have been speared a furlough. now what we call precarious uncertainty and we are being kind. immigration reform as someone to call a. then gang of 8. those terms don't really go together. the white house is desperate to have a legislative victory by the end of this summer but the way they are talking that will not have been. implementing obamacare. for the president's critics the health care law is to give that keeps giving a and with the obamacare employer mandate they have it coming for us we have -- we have to pay at their also doles out subsidies not use seeing a template of criteria but for everybody with the honor system meaning some of those seeking aid will have to give any proof of all for their income. this is a peculiar administration by any measure at all ben when the president was racking
customs enforcement unit and those officers complain that what the obama administration won't let them do are two things that are very crucial to their jobs. one is to actually detained folks who are here illegally and two is to deport them. the obama administration has kind of adopted this policy that once you you were here unless you have committed some sort of serious crime i mean the administration is not going to spend that much time deporting you or spend too many resources on things like that. and so what you have is an immigration policy -- policy that is not doesn't have a whole lot of teeth. when people don't think that there is severe punishment or severe consequences to coming here illegally, then obviously we have a broken system. i do believe that you should make this country far more favorable to skilled immigrants overseas. there are far more people that would provide a lot of help to our economy and who would provide their skills and their expertise and every year folks like that to get get what is called an hp one visa, those visas, there are small "send them and usually
that the obama administration would not have these exchanges ready on time, and what they just admitted is that they won't have the anti-fraud measures ready on time, but they said, who cares. we'll just blow the doors open. leave the federal treasury open. let people claim subsidies i will legitimately. you remember in the home stretch before president obama passed obama care president obama swore up and down that he would fight for health care. he said he would eliminate every instance of health care fraud in the government. the worst part is, he doesn't have the authority to do this. >> i want to get to that in a minute. i want to ask one quick follow-up. regarding the lack of income documentation for ineligibility, this is so much like the housing crisis of years ago it's unbelievable because then liar loans were handed out with no income and no documentation. why is this any different, michael cannon? this is the health care version of the housing bubble. >> it's not any different and the obama administration knows that this law is still vulnerable so their defense strategy is that
about the obama administration handling. some are saying this week that they should have anticipated this. that they're caught looking like they were supporting morsi when they shouldn't have been. >> right, well, that's true. you know, they didn't pay as close attention. they probably assumed the morsi government was more stable than it really was. i'm not sure i blame them. i don't think it had any effect. i don't think we did anything that caused a change in egypt. i do think, it's always important to referment i was talking to the state department and said said to me you have to remember n this building we don't do foreign policy, we do foreign relations. we make relationships with people who are in power. and so our ambassador there and probably our entire apparatus was building relationships with the muslim brotherhood, probably you know, holding their nose a little but building relationships. and result of those relationships which were probably an of the to have some influence, they looked more friendly to the muslim brotherhood than probably they should have. ambassador cert
of this, as the obama administration weighs approval of the keystone x.l. pipeline to move crude from canada to u.s. refineries on the gulf coast. for the latest on the accident, we're joined by sophie tremblay, a producer for the canadian broadcasting company. she was at the scene over the weekend and joins me now from montreal. sophie, my first question is, there was just a press conference a little while ago. are investigators any closer to determining the cause? >> the cause, no. they are... they did... the transport safety board of canada did recover the black box. they are going to be holding a press conference tomorrow morning, but at this point there are still competing theories, hypotheses about what happened. >> and what about some of the numbers of the missing? we heard reports that they might not be identified ever. >> that is the truth. some people are comparing it to 9/11 where some of the bodies were just, you know, vaporized and they won't be able to recover some of them. at this point they found eat more bodies today. that brings the total count to 13. they say right
and presidential and we think that's a good thing >> woodruff: so far, the obama administration said it will maintain u.s. aid to egypt. and in a bid to bolster egypt's economy, saudi arabia and the united arab emirates announced today a total of $8 billion in assistance. >> ifill: still to come on the newshour: political intrigue in the lone star state; artists who are also entrepreneurs; the b.p. settlement dispute; the immigration debate goes to the house; and portraits of american nurses. but first, with the other news of the day, here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: democrats in congress issued a warning to house republicans today on immigration reform. they insisted they will not accept any bill unless it provides a path to citizenship for 11 million people living in the u.s. illegally. the bill that passed the senate last month does just that. but in the house, speaker john boehner said the senate measure is still weak on what he considers the most fundamental point. >> the first big step that you have to have is serious border security because without serious border secur
? is this the case of the obama administration trying to gauge the public on this potential big change in plans? is this scoop being handed to the times by somebody in the administration who is fighting for this so-called zero option against resistance in the administration but they want to use the front page of "the times" as leverage, which is in favor of doing is this way? is the obama administration not really intending to move forward with the option at all, but maybe leaking it as a possibility for scaring the afghan government for a strategy? if that is the strategy it may be worth checking on whether or not we can all be sure that the idea of leaving troops in fashion may be more scary? everybody thought the iraqi idea was scary, too, but they were glad to see us go. we tried to scare them with that and they clapped. the times says they hold a range of views on how quickly the u.s. should leave afghanistan. so maybe it is not just one of those scenarios, it is a bunch of them mixed together. but this is a really big deal, particularly to the hundreds of thousands of american families wh
the support of unions in terms of mobilizing voters and this is a problem for the obama administration and democrats in general. >> steve, let's talk about it. self-reporting, you may be entitled to some benefits but if you say you are, under the irs is the one -- that's the group that is going to, i guess, take care of oversee it. there are so many problems, top to bottom. >> yes. i think the biggest problem with obamacare, if it does unravel, it ill be because the costs explode, and what you're likely to get with self-reporting and young people not signing up for coverage, a lot of young people saying i can't afford it, even though it's subsidiesed you get this death spiral in the insurance market and it costs mow more and more, businesses put people off the company plans into the exchanges and we can't afford it. this program was supposed to rules the deficit. supposed to make the deficit lower. in fact everything we're finding out, going to make the deficit much bigger. >> allison is steve right? if the programs aren't working, become too unaffordable no one left to go to except t
today for morsi's release. a state department spokeswoman said the obama administration is concerned about all politically motivated detentions involving members of the muslim brotherhood. a bomb ripped through a busy coffee shop in northern iraq late today, killing at least 31 people. more than two dozen others were wounded. the bomb went off just after diners had finished sunset meals, breaking a daylong fast during the muslim holy month of ramadan. there's been new trouble in syria between rival rebel factions. gunman linked to al-qaeda killed a top commander of the free syrian army, a militia force backed by the u.s. and other western powers. a spokeswoman for the f.s.a. said it happened last night near a checkpoint in latakia province, close to the turkish border. the group called it an act of war, and vowed to retaliate. a train derailment in france today was the country's deadliest in years. at least six people died and dozens were injured when the train jumped the tracks and crashed into a station outside paris. it was loaded with passengers leaving for summer holidays and th
not produced the obama administration predicted. widespread breakdowns and crucial government services. but here's the thing. if you just google the word sequester, you'll find headline after headline of cuts and hardship around the country. and there is more to come. from our judicial system to assistance fortune employed. all if congress does not do its job. perry beacon is political editor, both are msnbc contributors. thanks to you both. ryan i'm going to start with you. the "huffington post" has been covering the impact of the sequester in the quote, real world, and as i've pointed out, it is pretty easy to find these stories, are not they? >> like up, just go to google and type in sequester and you will see page after page after page of local reports about how the sequester is hurting specific peel, specific projects, specific communities. and it goes beyond that. i think what people don't realize, we're at a place where anything that goes wrong, people will blame the sequester. pothole in the street, quest. local art class gets canceled, sequester. and it may not have anything t was easy. surprise... uh, ha ha ha. ♪ >>> this week the administration delays a key component of the affordable care act and a new report says that healthy individuals could see their premiums skyrocket. is obama care unraveling? federal student loan rates double as congress fights over a fix. who is blocking a common sense compromise? and european leaders voice outrage over leaked reports of americans spying should the u.s. be bugging its allies. welcome to jt the journal editorial report." the obama administration said this week that it will postpone a key element of its affordable care act until 2015. giving employers with more than 50 full-time workers another year to provide health insurance coverage. the individual mandate, however, is still on rack for 2014. and a new "wall street journal" analysis says that healthy consumers could see their insurance rates double. maybe even triple. under the exchanges set to open on october 1. joining me t panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor, dan henninger. editorial board member. joe rag sxo w
to deferred to the administration about giving eight two egypt -- about giving aid to egypt. the obama ministration has not called the uprising in egypt a coup. egyptian monetary leaders signal a new egyptian presidential election could begin within six months from now. >> and will not be good to change our assistance programs to egypt. >> egyptian leadership times to lay out there plans for a new cabinet a potential rewrite of the country's constitution. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> many in maryland are keeping a close eye on egypt. george lettis explains how some in baltimore are reacting to the translation in egypt. >> good morning. we went to a business where workers and customers are doing their best to keep in touch with family and friends back in egypt. the owner helps customers while still keeping an eye on the latest news on egyptian television. his father and mother and sister have been protesting along with millions of other egyptians. customers were asking what the latest was and if this family was ok, including an egyptian american with funny of family in the thick of
. peace on earth. god bless you. host: craig in north carolina. the obama administration don't want to read it it made a mistake -- made ao admit they mistake. if they do, they will have to pull back the money they are giving the muslim brotherhood, but they do not want to do that. they want to support them. i did not think we ought to be supporting them anyway. over there.they do that is the way it is. times""the washington -- here is what the white house folks -- white house press secretary had to say of the issue of money to egypt. the timel take necessary to review what has taken place and monitor efforts by the egyptian authorities to include a democratic way forward. as we do, we will review our requirements under the law and do so consistent with the policy objectives. yesterdaycarney talking about the money and whether or not like some have said we should stop the money to egypt call it a coup. naperville, illinois. independent calller. what do you think? i wanted to ask and say missed thethe u.s. ball. they should have been more helpful to the democratic election -- the dem
troubling that there's never been anything that they've rejected. certainly not in the obama administration when it comes to surveillance. and that it has expanded what surveillance can be. and the definition of surveillance. >> stephanie: you know, it feels like a circular argument. i was saying you know, i was talking about being on vacation and talking to a guy who is a liberal rachel maddow fan who thinks snowden is a traitor and said we should send in a drone and take him out. >> based on what? >> stephanie: that's what i'm saying rude. these are people -- we've got people on both sides -- michael moore and glenn beck agreeing that snowden's a hero. where do you fall on all of this stuff? it is hard -- go ahead. >> well, you know, i will say to an extent, i kind of don't give a crap about snowden at this point. you know, first of all any information that he was going to give he's given already. there's nothing else he can do. he is not any kind of active -- even if you want to call him a traitor, he's not an active traitor right now. so i'm more concerned with what do we do now that we
horny. >> from hewitt to screw it. does obama care have a prayer? on tuesday the obama administration announced it is putting off until 2015 a requirement that employers offer health insurance. a republican senator said it was quote a clear admission the law is unaffordable, unworkable and unpopular. a lot of uns, terry. the nfl, whatever that is, declined to promote obama care them administration's department of health and human services had requested help with getting americans on board with the law. but the league released a statement that said, hey, quote, they currently have no plans to engage in this area. to use the football term the white house struck out. for more let's go to "red eye" white house senior correspondent. ♪ >> he's hiding. >> not good enough. you are lunch. do you think the delay inform until after the midterm elections is politically motivated and please use the word "yes" in your answer. >> actually i do think it is. i think it is unworkable. unpopular as you just reported a moment ago. i think that politics course driving this decision. companies don't want
have to be for the economy to be really humming along? what's the number the obama administration wants to see for that to happen? guest: well, let's put it this way. during the clinton boom in the 1990's, we had, at the peak, half a million, if not more jobs created per month. host: that was the average? guest: for a solid period. the average is more -- a solid number would be something in the 300,000 vicinity. nobody even hopes for that at this point, because the labor market is still anemic. there's still a lot of lack in the economy. we've kind of lowered our expectations. the break-even level is about 150,000, so at 195, at least we're making up ground basically. you have to remember that not only are we making up lost ground from the recession itself, we lost about 8.5 million jobs during the recession. we've made up about 6.5 million of those. we're still about two million jobs short, and then you're still talking about the population growth that we had since then and all the young people coming into the labor market. so it's a lot of ground to make up. host: going back to the re
the obama administration, my friend. >> why are you guys picking on jersey? >> and the bigger point now -- >> that's why. >> we can make these people accountable. nobody is going to make them accountable. they say one thing and we find out there's ten more things. >> i think that if the american people, young or old, don't like what's going on, they can make a change, they can vote in people who are against it. i personally am not, not the nsa program. >> they thought they were. >> they thought they were is right. >> but if you're fine with it, fine. whatsoever. >> but if you look at the poll b, you guys, people don't care. it's kind of in a blip. young voters and -- >> oh, i strongly disagree. you see that, the young support for the government is at an all-time low for this administration. these are not imaginary polls. some of this is coming from news organizations you like. >> you absolutely are like, including this one. but i will say that the aggregate polling you look at, we can revisit that like you did last year, people are polling -- >> who are -- >> people are shrugging, they'
there's going to be chaos. the obama administration has already started a massive education push. a cost, no surprise, a matter of fierce debate. joining me from los angeles, our chief medical correspondent, dr. sanjay gupta. good morning, sanjay. >> good morning, christine. the country's largest group of actuaries really sounded alarm bells when they said in certain cases, the costs -- insurance costs -- may go up by more than one-third. they were talking specifically about people who had to buy their own policies either as individuals or part of small businesses. but you might imagine that caused a lot of concern. so we decided to investigate what was happening here. we started in milwaukee, wisconsin. >> reporter: dan runs t's hair studio in the trendy bay view neighborhood in milwaukee. he estimates it takes about six of these haircuts to pay his monthly medical insurance bill. >> how long do you think you want to go in the long run? >> reporter: 300 bucks. it's a big expense for dan, and he's relatively healthy, but he's self-employed and doesn't want to attempt fate by living witho
joe garafoli. how much has the obama administration done to improve government efficiency. >> everybody comes in and say they're going to improve government efficiency. but things they said they were going to do seven years ago still is not in place. this is all a distraction of how well government has not been working lately. we have the irs scandal nsa scandal they come out and do things better than just spying on you and tax records. >> michael: you write about politics, doesn't he need some wow now? >> he totally needs wow. he'll do that with the immigration bill. he'll try to sell that personally. >> michael: let's go back to the less than wow stuff. the technology, you talked about the scandals. one of the things that people have been critical of the president about is the fact that the tech sector, i wouldn't say the president but the tech center is closer to government and national security. what do we make of this union that is happening right now? >> silicon valley, the wealthiest folks there put $44 million in the election cycle towards politics. most of that wa
. ; . >>> the obama administration administration wanted the judge to throw out a lawsuit saying this would risk secrets but it was originally filed by a group of at&t customers and they claim the group was involved in warrantless investigations into u.s. citizens. the government has it's very first hearing today after edward snowden began exposing the security operations last month, president barack obama told the board to lead a national conversation about those and they are among 16 experts who will testify at the day long hearing. >>> he managed to live more than nine years without being found. osama bin laden shaved his beard and hid his face and had no internet connection and no phone and spent a lot of time with his grandchildren. they criticize the u.s. that killed ben osama bin laden. >>> president barack obama is looking to not leave behind a small force as originally planned. kyla campbell has more on why the zero option is now gaining more action, kyla? >> reporter: because his frustration is growing with ahmed wali karzai, their relationship soured last month after the taliban had t
such as office depot and costo along with major supermarkets. >> the man nominated by the obama administration to become the next fbi director got a kbriling today on capitol hill about government surveillance programs. he said he was not aware of large scale monitoring but called it a valuable tool against terrorism. still, he agreed to work with congress to make changes on surveillance laws. >> pakistani government report blasted it's own for not stopping a u.s. raid that killed osama bin laden questioning why they allowed agents to be on the ground during the raid in pay, 2011 and it even accuses u.s. agents of chopping down nearby trees. the report details how bin laden live brd agents found him, bin laden apparently wore a cowboy hat outdoor that's disguise would make it harder for spy sat tlits identify him. >> president obama says he will consider what w.drawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan by the end of the year. a senior white house official made that statement today. until now, officials discussed keeping a small force behind but the president is becoming frustrated with the lack
motivated maneuver to aid the obama administration with the uncooperative afghani president and the allied effort to disengage from one of the most frustrating foreign policy barriers. fox news correspondent jennnfer griffin has the report. >> for "the new york times" exclusive suggest tension with afghan president cars site pushing obama to consider this zero troop option speeding up the withdrawal will be no u.s. troops behind after 2014. >> the house has made clear there is does your option on the table. >> in the january 8 conference call with washington d.c. and the president does not have these negotiations to keep the troops in afghanistan. >> we stated that zero was an option. >> it was a shot across the bows and the president is upset of the cars i attitude and the fracturing relationship and he wants to tell him he has the option to pull the american rug out from underneath him. >> a conference call between the president and cars i was said to tip the balance. >> i was told that was a mitigated disaster. both presidents went after each other. cars die with pri in on the one hand
depot and costo along with major supermarkets. >> the man nominated by the obama administration to become the next fbi director got a kbriling today on capitol hill about government surveillance programs. he said he was not aware of large scale monitoring but called it a valuable tool against terrorism. still, he agreed to work with congress to make changes on surveillance laws. >> pakistani government report blasted it's own for not stopping a u.s. raid that killed osama bin laden questioning why they allowed agents to be on the ground during the raid in pay, 2011 and it even accuses u.s. agents of chopping down nearby trees. the report details how bin laden live brd agents found him, bin laden apparently wore a cowboy hat outdoor that's disguise would make it harder for spy sat tlits identify him. >> president obama says he will consider what w.drawing all u.s. troops from afghanistan by the end of the year. a senior white house official made that statement today. until now, officials discussed keeping a small force behind but the president is becoming frustrated with the lack
of the news of the day including does the obama administration make a serious mistake by delaying implementation of obamacare and giving republicans a big opening? talk about that next right here on the "full court press." >> announcer: connect with the "bill press show" on twitter. follow us at bpshow and tweet using the hashtag watching bp. this is the "bill press show." >> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. current tv is the place for true stories. with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. real, gripping, current. documentaries... on current tv. >> bill: 14 minutes before the top of the hour on a wednesday july 10. he
, the obama administration here in the northern district of california. welcome to the stop bullying summit. i'm a federal prosecutor so it may seem odd that here we are talking about bullying and we asked all of you to be here and i want to explain the origin of that and why this happened. you people, everybody in this room, has been involved in this issue and is doing incredible work on this issue and we were so honored to be a part of it and to meet with all of you and to speak with you about it. the origin is that as the united states attorney, the administration wants me, wants all the united states attorneys, to go out into the community. it's actually a very different role for the united states attorney is envisioned by this administration. this administration, the president, attorney general holder, they want the u.s. attorneys to go out into the attorney to talk to the communities in our district to understand what the issues are and challenges are and to do what we can to help, to convene meetings, to do whatever we can to help on behalf of the administration. and as part of tha
and nuclear weapons labs. napolitano has been the homeland security secretary since the start of the obama administration and just the third person to hold that position. >>> now to a developing story in oakland where there's still no sign of 21-month-old daphne webb who has been missing since wednesday morning. take a look at her. investigators been focusing on three locations. 79th and international, where she was reportedly kidnapped, her father's home on greenridge drive and along the martin luther king junior regional shoreline. nbc bays area's christie smith joins us live at oakland with the latest on thisser is much. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. oakland police tell us they are expanding their search for little daphne webb a little farther out than where she was originally reported missing by her father. also going to be looking in the hills and trails behind her father's home. now, this is the third day that she had been missing and still oakland police are trying to establish a very critical timeline and that is the last time that anyone physical
. ly. obama administration called today on the leaders of egypt's military coup to release the former president. these are president mohamed morsi's supporters in cairo tonight. last week, the military arrested rsrsi, rounded up many of his muslim brotherhood party members and gunned down more than 50 of them. now tens of thousands are in the theets and holly williams is in cairo for us. s reporter: supporters of egypt's ousted president mohamed morsi are still on the streets of cairo. but their protest is being d nored by egypt's new unelected government appointed by the military. and many of them also blame america for seeming to condone the army's actions. >> reporter: this protestor says the u.s. talks about safeguarding democracy but did nothing to protect egypt's gumocratically elected icallyent. >> mr. morsi will be back, will be back. yes, we can! i will say it to obama. yes, we can. ay reporter: you might think egyptians who helped bring down mohamed morsi by protesting in o hrir square would feel differently about america. but they have their own complaints with the u.s. as
bill. gwen: while slicing money for nutrition programs out of a big farm bill. the obama administration searches for a diplomatic resolution in egypt. >> there is a crisis in egypt. gwen: and the politics at home have complicated. n texas, where the uproar over abortion rights have spread to other states, as in new york, where voters are being asked to test their powers of forgiveness. >> i would like to serve
offered him asylum. he wanted help to get temporary asylum from russia. >>> the obama administration wants snowden to return to the u.s. to face charges. president obama discussed the issue by phone today with russian president vladimir putin. >> six people are dead after a train killing hundreds of passengers derailed near paris. nearly 400 people were on the train when it derailed. it was traveling through the station. it did not have a scheduled stop. >> a fire on an airlines 787 dreamliner closed both runways at heathrow airport today. there were no passengers on the plane at the time. after the incident, boeing which makes the plane the stock dropped 35%. >> after trading in the web up, dow jones turned up. 3-point gain but that was enough to hit an all time high. >>> the owners of hulalu have decided not to sell the company after all. they were taking bids as recently as last week but they came in too low. 4. >> it's back and twinkie went back on sale three days before the rest of the country at walmart. the company that made them at the time went bankrupt. >>> today the long-awaited
the pressure on the obama administration, which is struggling not to take sides. >> we do not support a group or a side. we support a process. >> a democratic process, but $1.50 billion in u.s. aid is riding on a certain word. "coup," and if that is what it was, the aid has to be withdrawn, and u.s. bases a diplomatic dilemma. >> cutting off the aid would send egypt into even more of a meltdown. >> republican senator john mccain is trying to use this as a leverage towards free and fair elections, but a policy expert, whose new book examines the change in egypt, they say the future of egypt will be determined by the egyptians. >> the u.s. role is minimum, but the biggest bang for the u.s. is to avoid egypt turning into a failed state in the middle of civil war. >> a turbulent transition towards an uncertain future. this is just the first step in what could be a month long rocky road toward the elections. in washington, i am brian mooar, wbal tv 11 news. >> meanwhile, the images coming out of egypt has been very difficult for egyptian-americans to deal with. lowell melser has more. >> as you ju
the tankers and made its way into nearby waterways. >>> the obama administration is calling for calm following the bloodiest day of protests in egypt in nearly two years. at least 50 people were killed today when the fighting erupted between members of the muslim brotherhood and the egyptian military. the muslim brotherhood wants to see egypt's first democratically elected president return to power and insists this was an unprovoked attack. the military says protesters fired first and pointed to this video of a demonstrator with a weapon as evidence. the white house says it will take more time to determine whether to call morsi's ouster a military coup. >> tens of millions of egyptians had legitimate grievances with president morsi's undemocrattic form of governance and do not believe this was a coup. >> according to the law, if there was a military coup, the u.s. has to cut off aid. >>> country singer randy travis is in critical condition tonight at a texas hospital suffering from viral cardiomyopathy, a heart condition caused by a virus which can lead to heart failure. treatment range from m
polarization dangerous, but the u.s. has yet to call the uprising against morsi a coup. the obama administration says the aid is in the best interests of u.s. security. >>> today some of the testimony in the george zimmerman trial could center around the toxicology report on trayvon martin. yesterday the judge allowed that report to be entered as evidence. it says a small amount of marijuana was in martin's system at the time of his death. prosecutors said the information is prejudicial, but zimmerman's attorneys say it is relevant. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, claiming self-defense. and george zimmerman has sued nbc universal, the parent company of this station, for defamati defamation. the company has strongly denied the allegations. >>> by the end of the day, police could reveal more evidence against former new england patriots player aaron hernandez. a judge ruled yesterday that the public should know exactly what investigators seized from hernandez's home. he and two others have been charged in the death of semipro football player oden lloyd. mean
on our future military presence in that country. tonight "the new york times" reports the obama administration may speed up the troop withdrawl from afghanistan next year. and there may be no deal to keep forces after the 2014 pull-out deadline. the "times" cites american and european officials who blame ongoing tension between president obama and afghan president hamid karzai. >>> tomorr, 19 firefighters killed in a wildfire in arizona will be honored in a memorial service in arizona. vice president joe biden will attend. tonight, the u.s. honor flag is on its way to prescott after arriving at the san diego airport. a crowd watched as a pilot passed the flag off to honor guards. for the past ten years, a nonprofit group has sent that flag to memorials for fallen heroes. >>> in yarnell, arizona, the site of the fire, more residents lined up to get back home today. some are being allowed to return for the first time in more than a week. >>> authorities in canada now say 13 people are confirmed dead in a big train explosion. but the number of missing hasn't changed. 40 people are
the american people were preparing to celebrate the 237th birthday of the nation, the obama administration announced via blog post it would provide an additional year before the employer reporting requirements and the employer share responsibility requirements of obamacare take effect. there are few issues as personal significant in the lives of individuals as families as health and well-being. which is why the irony of reminding americans that government now controls their health care during the week we celebrate our country's independence did not go unnoticed. despite efforts to quietly buy time and obfuscate responsibility for this health care law, most americans rightfully view this delay as an admission of failure. mr. speaker, the businesses that provide the jobs and the source of health care coverage for most americans were not surprised by this announcement. most are well aware that this law was thoughtlessly rammed through congress in the middle of the night with a litany of technical flaws and other blatant failures. unfortunately, employers have been struggling with high health
-- article iii courts. all three have been used. the obama and administration and president bush's administration. >> well, if you are tried in civilian courts and you must be brought before the united states magistrate, judge. is that correct? >> yes. requires. >> and your right to have an attorney appointed for you if you do not have one. >> yes, sir. >> or the attorney may have. >> correct. >> if it is a terrorist, could be associated with the terrorist organization, could they not? >> could be. >> miranda warnings. they don't have to make any statements. >> that's correct. >> and they can be brought before the judge at a preliminary hearing and the government has to lay out evidence revealing to the world that the individual who may be an enemy combat and has been captured, revealing that to his compatriots and enemies. is that right? >> certainly when court proceedings are filed and on the docket the public can know about it. >> well, and evidence has to be presented. witnesses can be cross examined, even in the early hearing preliminary stage. isn't that right? >> yes, sir.
business until 2015. and late friday deep into the fourth of july holiday, the obama administration announces it will not verify the incomes of individuals asking for obama care subsidies. that, of course, is madness and would lead to massive fraud. today, the feds backed out a little bit and they said well, maybe some kind of verification might happen, but you can see how screwed up this whole thing is. joining us now from washington a man who sees big trouble ahead for obama care, fox news senior political analyst brit hume. what's the biggest problem so far with this? >> you just touched on it, it's the seeming inability of the administration to get this thing imflemented. let's not forget that lost month the government accountability office looked at the exchanges, which is one of the principle vehicles through which insurance will be dispensed under obama care and they're supposed to be, you know, one in every state either set up by the state or the federal government. the gao says -- looked to it as if they might not be ready on time. they are supposed to be ready in october f
. just last week the obama administration announced the employer mandate part of obama care. >> unexpected economic hurdle for school districts considering arming employees insurance carriers a threatening to raise premiums or revoke coverage completely. guns in classrooms should put insurance companies at ease. the opponents say puts them at greater risk for lawsuits. heather? >> thank you, ainsley. shocking new details about what happened in the cockpit during the final moments of flight 214. >> a call from one of the crew members to increase speed was made approximately 7 seconds prior to impact. the sound of the stick shaker occurs approximately 4 seconds prior to impact. a call to initiate a go around occurred 1.5 seconds before impact. >> now they are saying the pilot was still training to fly a jet of this size at the time of the crash. when does all of this mean former pilot thank you for joining us. >>> it was a lot of information the first news conference from the ntsb so far after arriving there on scene. valuable information. >> quick access data recorder gave al
this power africa initiative because it's coming from the obama administration can only mean it's clean energy based because they care about climate change and in their strategy they said they don't want to finances coal fired power generation units in countries other than the least developed countries and only when there is not an economic disadvantage to doing an alternative. well the sbeleck you'll underpinning looks at the majority of places you might spend that many being rural applications. and that being places where those alternative technologies are more competitive. i think that's a case that has to be proven on the ground. i lot of people can say that but it needs to be proven in practice. you can't prove the opposite either so you have to go out and do that. i think if you look at the basic assumptions behind what it would take to achieve universal electrify indication around the world and not only the green house gas emissions are less than 1% increased of where we would be in 2030. a lot of this electrify indication coming from non-fossil base you sources proves to be true
and it has increased. now the obama administration could cancel blans to releave -- plans to leave behind a force meant to train insu jempts and security personnel. right now there are 63,000 troops in afghanistan. that numb is scheduled to be reduced to 34,000 by february and it could go down to zero by next summer. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 8:17. jury selection begins today in a court marshal of the army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 fort hood shooting rampage. mage arthat call is charged with killing -- major nadal is charged with killing and independent injuring people. he faces the death penalty is convicted. >>> some members of congress are calling for withholding u.s. aid to egypt if a civilian government is not quickly restored. but the white house secretary says cutting off aid immediately to egypt would not be in the best interest to the u.s. the press secretary case, the u.s. is still reviewing whether the egyptian's military removal should be labeled a coup under u.s. law that would force them to stop sending aid to ejit -- egypt. >>> the fo
. so we are learning from the obama administration amazingly that it is not feasible to check the eligible of tens of millions of americans complying with regulation. this bill is so massive and complicated and so unwieldy that the obama administration admits it cannot implement obama care. >> would you rather just give the irs, the vast expansion of power and money to double check all of the tens of millions of people. on one hand you don't want the obama involved in obama care. but then give the irs the power to enforce the mechanism. you guys want the irs involved or in the involved. as they say you are damned if you do or don't. you will get beat up on any of the issue. >> i tell you what i want. i want obama repeated. >> it is not happening my friend. >> your own party and administration, you people wrote the law and you can't implement it. it is a trek wreck of implementation. first the employer man date and that is a terrible idea. the reason is they don't want businesses to start cutting hours and jobs before the midterm election and now they are not going to implement
the last five years. this has been an obama administration priority in terms of reshoring. and i think this is a real demonstration of not just global companies looking at the u.s., as the best risk adjusted return on investment. the best destination for the capital, but u.s. firms continuing to reassess the situation and looking at the u.s. market, which is not just for domestic, for b to b, b to c plays but for us as an export platform as well. >> we mentioned the u.s. is getting much cheaper energy. that's a big competitive advantage compared to cost of energy in europe. how much is the rising wage levels in what has been low cost centers also having a plan. what are the biggest factors for that reshoring. >> i think there is certainly wage levels are rising in other parts of the world and makes the u.s. seem even more attractive. but it is not just wages. it is that energy cost, it is the transportation cost. listen, u.s. companies, global companies that have been manufacturing abroad to serve the u.s. market are increasingly seeing it makes more sense to do that manufacturing to d
of cairo, folks are not happy with the united states. or the obama administration handle of the situation which has shown various people carry signs and posters with strong blasts against washington policy and those who are demanding that morsi get out and they think that washington stayed with him for too long or could even be staying with him now and the morsi supporters thing the united states must have known about what they are branding a simple military coup. by the way, much of the staff of the embassy which is only a block away from this area right now have been pulled back for their state. back to you. >> gregg: greg, thank you from cairo. >> heather: new to the latest on the case of n.s.a. leaker edward snowden, a top member of russian parliament suggesting edward snowden take up the offer by veteran develop who is holed up in now for two weeks at the airport and has been offered asylum by the leaders of bolivia and nicaragua but house intelligence committee chairman rogers telling cnn if any of the leaders made good on their offer, it would seriously compromise their relationshi
option. president obama is reportedly mulling the possibility of pulling out all u.s. troops from afghanistan after 2014, according to a senior administration official. the reason? bad blood between the white house and the unpredictable leader of afghanistan, hamid karzai. jessica yellen has been digging in on this for us. how realistic do you think that 2014 comes and the u.s. has no troops in afghanistan at the end of the year? >> reporter: right now, jake, it seems to be just one of many options and they're not even close to a decision on this. it's one of those cases the press getting a little bit ahead of the story. as the president has made clear, he wants troops out by the end of 2014 but he wants to leave a residual force in afghanistan. the idea of this zero option is getting more of a public airing right now because of the disagreements between president obama and hamid karzai that have to do with the break down in talks over the security negotiations. this seems to be the airing of this so-called zero option, leaving zero troops in afghanistan, may be one way to put pre
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